Steve Harvey quizzes the kids of Young Sheldon on their 80s knowledge- from floppy disks to Cabbage Patch.
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They are so cute🤗🤗🤗
Georgie is still my fav
Damn I'm old. I had hundreds of 3.5" diskettes.
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That kid really is Sheldon cooper 😂😂😂
Georgie be like dang 😂😂
They are SO excited! I love it! Cuties
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I thought Sheldon is special kid.
A walkman is what people in the 80s used to listen to music
I was born in 1994 and I didn’t know what a Rolodex was until 2 years ago. Lol.
Kids are so adorable
I'm a 21st century teenager and I know all of these.🤣 Guess our country is lacking behind.
When Chuck Norris cuts an onion, the onion cries.
I think Young Sheldons mum ,,is very like Penny in TBBT.. That's why Sheldon has awkward relationship with Penny
INDEX CARDS IT'S INDEXS CARDS!!!! it's a roller blade
Steve Harvey is Awesome...the bee's knees!
Anyone else like young sheldon more than big bang? I feel like i’m enjoying young sheldon more, every character on the show is just perfect 🤣😂😅🤭
Sheldon literally did an episode where he goes to RadioShack with his floppy disk.
Where those kids' parents Amish?? 🤔
They didn't know what a VHS tape waz🤦🏽♂️😂😂😂😂💀I'm 17 and I feel old asf
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